Browsing Diverse Architectural Artefacts by Issue Date

Browsing Diverse Architectural Artefacts by Issue Date

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  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-17)
    Postcard of Victoria Bridge, Pretoria, from a thesis presented for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture (University of the Witwatersrand, 1949) by A.P.S. Voutsas & R. Findlay.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-17)
    Watercolour illustration of Church Square in 1899.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-21)
    General view of Pretoria from the Daspoort hill to the north of the town (1890).
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-21)
    Aerial photograph of the central and eastern suburbs of Pretoria, South Africa, including Church Square.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-21)
    Aerial photograph of Paul Kruger Street, showing the city hall, the Transvaal Museum and Burgers Park.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-21)
    Aerial view of the central and eastern suburbs of Pretoria seen from the north west.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-21)
    General aerial view of the central area of Pretoria as seen from the north west.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-22)
    Aerial photograph of the central area of Pretoria, including Church Square, looking towards the south east.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-22)
    Aerial photograph of the central area of Pretoria, including Church Square, looking towards the south-west.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-22)
    Illustration of one of Pretoria's early department stores, Direct Importers, suppliers to the government of the Z. A. Republiek (1893).
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-22)
    Aerial photograph of the south-east central area of Pretoria, showing the proposed city block development on the market site.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-22)
    Watercolour illustration of Market Street as it appeared in 1865, seen from Church Square in Pretoria.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-23)
    Photograph with general view of Church Square taken from the steeple of the Dutch church, and looking to the south towards the site of the present station. Includes surrounding buildings and hills.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R.; Gibbs, Martin (2007-05-23)
    Photographic view of Church Square from the north-west corner of the square. The view includes Barclays Bank [now First National Bank], Tudor Chambers, and Standard Bank.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-23)
    Illustration of one of the earliest industrial developments to the east of Pretoria, the Hatherly Distillery Ltd. of 1893.
  • Voutsas, A.P.S.; Findlay, R. (2007-05-23)
    Illustration of Church Street in 1900, looking towards the church on Church Square.
  • Unknown (2008-09-22)
    Photo of Gordon Leith, 1911, the year he won the Baker scholarship.
  • Fisher, Roger C. (2008-09-23)
    Article by Roger Fisher in 'Blank : Architecture, Apartheid and AfterBlank' about the various indigenous and political influences on the design of several buildings on the main campus of the University of Pretoria.
  • Yates, Alan; Baker and Masey Architects; Wilfred Mallows, E.N. (Architect) (2008-11-18)
    A photographic journal detailing the construction of new additions to the St. Alban's cathedral on Schoeman street. Construction, 1955-1958 took place under the architect E.N.Wilfred Mallows, (1957).
  • Walter Macfarlane & Co.; Saracen Foundry; Freeman & Co. (2008-11-21)
    Catalogue showing the metal works of the Walter Macfarlane & Co. Saracen Foundry, distributed by Freeman& Co, Cape Town, including examples of structures erected and items from pipes to baths.